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The cement sector in South Korea has seen tremendous investment. The cement industry in South Korea appears to be entering a period of long-term reconfiguration.
The South Korea Cement Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The best conductive carbon fiber volume for cement-based conductive composites for usage in net-zero energy buildings has been discovered by researchers at Incheon National University.
According to the researchers, 1% conductive carbon fiber concentration allows for maximal energy generation from occupant movements and weather against floors and walls. It also makes it possible to store power at safe voltages. The technology behind the product is triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG).
A TEC has installed and commissioned a ReduDust dust treatment unit in Ssangyong Cement’s Donghae cement factory in Gangwon’s chlorine bypass system. The ReduDust plant will recover salts from dust, allowing the cement manufacturer to reuse the dust.
The Sampyo Group has announced a 35 percent reduction in Scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions. In the first phase, Sampyo Cement’s parent firm hopes to do this through increasing the use of alternative fuels, improving energy efficiency, introducing low-carbon raw materials like fly ash, and developing sustainable products. By 2050, the corporation wants to be producing no CO2.
Hanil Hyundai Cement has placed an order with Kawasaki Heavy Industries in Japan for a steam-based waste heat recovery (WHR) system. Two of the production lines at the Yeongwol facility in Gangwon Province will be powered by the 22.6MW system. According to the provider, the system is estimated to generate around 30% of the energy required by the plant.
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